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news's don sanchez continues our live team coverage of the election at city hall. don? >> the same situation here. there are people waiting there. just drive by, drop off a ballot never have to get off the car. now, there have been problems and issued. take a look. someplaces have been changed so folks show up and being redirected to new precincts. there are a lot of folks waiting to vote. here it's up to two hours, they'll stay open late, though so they can take care of everybody. polling places close at 8:00 p.m. if anyone is in line at that time they will be able to vote and will close off the building so it could go to 9:00 or 10:00 this evening. depending on the number of people it's been heavy and busy today. they expect it to be increasing by 5:00 and until closing at 8:00 people, using their rights and voting today is important. don sanchez. >> and department of justice will have federal observers in alameda county. 800 monitors will be watching for potential voting rights violations in 23 states. if you have trouble voting you can report problems at the polling place to el
michael on facebook.com/michael finney abc 7. >> then, later on the aisle best movie don sanchez says he's seen all year. >> taking a look at traffic right now in the san francisco skyway, i was going to say friday, is very slow going no matter which way you're trying to head right now. backed up trying to make the way across the bay bridge and south, towards the peninsula and beyond. stay with us. abc 7 news at 4:00 continues >>> a big rig driver just got a taste of how tough it with be to navigate through a hilly terrain. the truck blocked traffic for hours before they can get a tow truck out there to clear the intersection. the driver says he got lost trying to get to south san francisco, and was following directions on gps. >> oh. well, thursday is the new black for retailers. walmart announced it will open doors earlier than last year at 8:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. it plans to offer anyone in ejan thanksgiving day a price guarantee on three products. a apple ipad 2, and an emer son 32 inch television for $138 and an lg blue ray player for $38. >> don't push in line, carolyn. the
movie arts and entertainment reporter don sanchez has seen all year. we have his "on the "and what's your name?" "oh, it's flo." "and what do you do?" "oh, i sell insurance like no one else." "oh, that's nice." "thank you." now, that's progressive. call or click today. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. >>> new this morning, one of the wealthiest bay area communities has received quite a windfall after facebook moved its headquarters to menlo park. the peninsula city of atherton has received $350,000 from the social media giant to quiet concerns about increased traffic. today san francisco chronicle reports the payment was made by facebook to appease concerns in neighboring communities. atherton leaders are still deciding how to spend that money. >>> thousands of non-
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reporter don sanchez calls it ethic. here's his on the isle review. >> the fate of human dignity in our hands. blood has been spilled to afford us this moment. now, now, now! >> abraham lincoln, the civil war and his effort to pass a constitutional amendment that abolishes slavery. beliefs run deep. this film pulls no punches. lincoln tries to gain support for the bill and end the war. >> i don't think an amendment for this piece you cannot have. >> how many hundreds have died? >> congress must never declare equal those who god declared unequal. leave the constitution alone. >> it puts today's gridlock to shame. it's fascinating. alongside stephen spielberg's masterful direction, there is daniel day lewis portraying lincoln as a simple, not a terribly sophisticated man with homespun humor. >> it's the self-evident truth, things which are equal to the same things are equal to each other. >> a bit of a loner. there are some surprising things. like when he opens the white house to hear people's problems, or when he rides around in an open carriage. sally fields is great as the troubled mar
is roaring back. >> don sanchez checks out what's hot. ♪ ♪ -- ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> that's going to do it for us. thanks for joining us. >> who wants to be a millionaire is next. >> we want to remind you about our new alarm clock app download it for free. download it for free. >> have a great day! captioned by closed captioning services, inc.
in 12 days. >>> we shift gears now and tell you the lion king is roaring back. >> don sanchez checks out what's hot. ♪ ♪ -- ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> that's going to do it for us. thanks for joining us. >> who wants to be a millionaire is next. >> we want to remind you about our new alarm clock app download it for free. download it for free. >> have a great day! captioned by closed captioning services, inc.
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balloons and just a lot of fun. more now from abc 7 news reporter don sanchez. >> they were yelling before the parade began. when the players went by and after the parade had ended. the fans are part of the team, too. >> they have got heart and we love them and they are just the best team and we are so proud of them. >> is this the best team you have ever seen? >> by far. best giants team. >> he was here in 1958 when the giants moved to san francisco. a lock time fan. a lot of people got here very early like 6 a&m. >> you can see i'm in the very front right now. it is kind of woh it. better be than being in the far back like everyone else. >> it is about a special relation shelship with the fan. >> my favorite sign was san francisco, happiest place on earth. isn't that what it is all about? >> talk about the fans. >> incredible. having a great time. >> these fans are wonderful. that is why we won the series, the fans. it is the teamwork. >> reporter: ed lee, the ultimate fan today in orange and black. now, i'm in blue wearing an abc 7 news jacket and some fans see that as dodger blue. so a
. they offer full-length performances. don sanchez has a warning, be prepared to laugh. >> you've got to cure these pickles. >> why? >> if we leave the peck else the way they are, an entire nation will be sick. >> that was my suggestion at the bath improv theater. workers in a pickle-curing factory. what this innovative improv company and school has been doing since 1986, taking audience suggestions and creating a scene. >> i have enjoyed scoping you these past many months. >> how can i repay you? >> it is no script. it's an exercise in creativity instantly. >> we are lobbing to create characters and tell a story from beginning, middle and end rather than just using the story as an excuse for a joke. >> overcoming writer's block, if you will. exploring qualities you may not know you had. >> one thing we work on, go with the first thing you think of. but it takes some practice to unwind your filter. >> there is the school and they go to businesses to do team building and communications building. >> helping people to talk with each other, do conflict resolution, understand where other people ar
situations. that's improv. arts and entertainment reporter don sanchez has a warning, be prepared to laugh. >> you've got to cure these pickles. >> why? >> if we leave the peck else the way they are, an entire nation will be sick. >> that was my suggestion at the bath improv theater. workers in a pickle-curing factory. what this innovative improv company and school has been doing since 1986, taking audience suggestions and creating a scene. >> i have enjoyed scoping you these past many months. >> how can i repay you? >> it is no script. it's an exercise in creativity instantly. >> we are looking to create characters and tell a story from beginning, middle and end rather than just using the story as an excuse for a joke. >> overcoming writer's block, if you will. exploring qualities you may not know you had. >> one thing we work on, go with the first thing you think of. but it takes some practice to unwind your filter. >> there is the school and they go to businesses to do team building and communications building. >> helping people to talk with each other, do conflict resolution, understan
that don sanchez calls one of the best pick tiewfersz the year. >>> another round of showers coming our way, leigh glaser is tracking the wet weather. >> ama: more than four decade ago money was set aside for offhighway vehicles and preserving places for their use. since california's money troubles have began the state has been tapping into that fund, and dan ashley explains how it's left many offroaders feeling as if they've been left in the dust. >> the met calf off highway vehicle park is one of the most popular recreation areas in santa clara county. every year thousands of people come here to ride the trails. but because of statewide budget cuts millions of dollars designated to run offroad parks like this one are in jeopardy. >> we've been pretty fortunate in receiving the funding we have asked for. if it gets reduced we'll he to look at options, funding strategies to keep the park open. >> in the early 70s, users of offhighway vehicles or ohvs, helped to create a savings account for future parks. they created a trust, paid for by registration fees on offroad vehicles and taxes on gas
reporter don sanchez has a preview. and can a little extra holiday money come in handy right about now? 7 on your side's michael finney will have great tips on turning alright let's break it down. mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes. [ ding ] [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls. let the making begin. ♪ too bad the guys aren't here we're clear. ok, swarm! swarm! hello [ female announcer ] pillsbury chocolate chip cookies. let the making begin >> the final chapter in the movies theater is in theaters this weekend. "twilight" wraps up the epic. we have reaction on the isle. >> after 18 years of being utterly ordinary, i finally felt like a -- i was born to be a vampire. >> so they are back for one final vow and bite. she's now a full-fledged vampire with red eyes. she's fast, strong, even cracks his back and she likes to hundred humans. we are trying to get a clue to the chemistry between the two. >> welcome home. >> they have this house that looks like a thomas kincaid painting. since vampires never sleep they have a lot of time on their ha
that epic. abc news and arts and enter entertainment reporter don sanchez has reaction on the isle. >> after 18 years of being utterly ordinary, i finally felt like a child. i was born to be a vampire. >> so beautiful. >> so they are back for one final vow and bite. she's now a full-fledged vampire with red eyes. she's fast, strong, even cracks his back and she likes to hunt humans. we are trying to get a clue to the chemistry between the two. >> welcome home. >> they have this house that looks like a thomas kincaid painting. since vampires never sleep they have a lot of time on their hands. it gets pretty steamy on screen. explain those limbs to the younger kids. but the problem is they have this baby who is half human, half vampire. vampire children are against the rules. so the evil person in italy thinks she has to be eliminated. overacting leader. there are changes, taylor lautner only takes his shirt off once. the images aren't as softly focused. the dialogue is still drab. people stare at each, maybe thinking how many millions this one will make. it is a pop culture phenom. ♪ let me
but we can see his paintings right now at a popular san francisco gallery and club. here's don sanchez. >> the images are startling, complex. artist john's work is challenging. his creativity dynamic. >> i become so focused i can paint 18 hours in a row and not stop to eat or drink. he's showing his newest pieces at the art salon when that is almost 20 years old. it's a perfect fit for someone who was in advertising at the dot-com days but found his passion in painting. >> every time i thought i would have to get back to work i sold another piece and here i am six years later. >> this is about a resurrection with metal images overlaid on paint. one of a series about u.s. history and icons. this is the statue of liberty. >> every other day i began to repaint over it because the mood kept thanking. over a period of five years i probably did 200 versions of this piece all on top of each other. >> a half-inch of paint. it lost focus so he attack it with paint thinner and a pressure washer. >> as much of the country changes, the foundation of the country remains the same. >> and seascapes a
reporter don sanchez tells us there are tension-filled moments. here he is. >> if you have anxiety about flying, it will leave you with sweaty palms. in trouble, he flies upside down. i asked the director, who brought us forest gump and back to the future about that sequence. >> it was very time consuming and it was very intense. we built a set that we could turn people completely upside down in. >> washington lands the plane with few lost lives. he becomes a hero, but we know better. when he was flying he was as high as a, well, airplane, fueled by alcohol and cocaine. >> don't remember having your blood drown on the night of the crash? >> you had alcohol in your system. that could be life in prison >> the story takes a different direction. denzel facing demons, rage, trying to change his life. but then giving in to temptation. this is like a war film with liquor bottles, the enemy. i asked if he heard from pilots. >> are they concerned about the perception of pilots and safety? >> this isn't all pilots, this is just one pilot. it's a fictional story. he could have been anything. >> it
but this is a flawed man. don sanchez tells us there are tension-filled moments and here he is on the isle. >> if you have anxiety about flying, it will leave you with sweaty palms. in trouble, he flies upside down. i asked the director, who brought us forest gump and back to the future about that sequence. >> it was very time consuming and it was very intense. we built a set that we could turn people completely upside down in. >> washington lands the plane with few lost lives. he becomes a hero, but we know better. when he was flying he was as high as a, well, airplane, fueled by alcohol and cocaine. >> don't remember having your blood drown on the night of the crash? >> you had alcohol in your system. that could be life in prison >> the story takes a different direction. denzel facing demons, rage, trying to change his life. but then giving in to temptation. this is like a war film with liquor bottles, the enemy. i asked if he heard from pilots. >> are they concerned about the perception of pilots and safety? >> this isn't all pilots, this is just one pilot. it's a fictional story. he could have be
of the making of psycho. arts and entertainment reporter don sanchez has his review on the isle. >> i need something fresh. something different. >> it was the knife that a moment later covered with screams and her head. charming. doris day should do it as a musical. >> anthony hopkins at alfred hitchcock and helen muir as his wife. the studio said no, the sensors said no. >> this book "psyche" is dangerously entertaining. >> you can't take any of this too seriously. you left laughs in the little film. hitchcock said the only way to get it made was to finance it himself. >> will we have to sell the whole house or just the pool? >> this film says she suggested killing off the leading lead in the first half-hour. scarlett johansson plays janet lee. >> i'm an actress, of course, but i'm first a wife and a mother and i'm just curious to know how are you going to shoot this shower scene? >> more anger! >> more frightening, thanks to he will ma assuetuditying. the film finally gives her recognition. cozy. >> i think anthony hopkins looks a lot-like billy crystal doing hitchcock. it's unintentiona
it's a $10 donation. you can also call 1-800-help now. go to red cross.org/abc. >> don sanchez is live in san francisco where they've been taking downations all day long, don? >> no. donations they want is money this, is one of the disaster vans that goes to many emergencies and there are six that are back east. among items include these, this is a cleaning kit. you know they need to clean up after water damage. the thing we really need is money. >> helps us respond quickly to people when we have money to adjust to deliver where we deliver services. $50 helps a person with meals, and items that make it easier for people suffering in a disaster. it's simple. they don't want to you bring anything here. they simply need the money that. makes a difference in efforts. it's a day of giving and we hope you'll be generous for our friends on the east coast as well. >> thank you. such a great way to help. >> if you miss aid before here is how you can help from home. >> call red cross or go to red cross.org/abc. >> there is more still to come tonight. mark matthews on the final day of the
the juice back on. don sanchez is live tonight. is power still out? >> take a look. that is the dome in the dark. you just don't see that at all. they say it's going to be 7:30 before power will be restored. workers here and politicians have been working in the dark all day. weekend is wrapping up where that fire erupted. setting off the sprinkler system with hoses. >> this is contained to kind of our rooms. xs kicked the damage, and figure out what went wrong. it's meant power restrictions and fewer lights on in the building. halls are dark and so are some rooms. the board of supervisors being lit with lights. in the sheriff's office they're relying on sunlight and one bow. but no work can be processed. s some meetings have been cancelled. employees, flexible. >> we don't have a l#é5h of power here, we send people to other offices. what can your employees work somewhere else? >> they replaced the sthaex got fire. there was no damage anywhere else. >> we're making sure that we investigate everything that could possibly be compromised as a result of the intent. >> the fire hit last
. here is don sanchez with his on the aisle review. >> bond after aifw guy who has stolen a hard drive but bond goes much deeper. >> take a shot. bond is perplexed and pensive. he comes back. >> i have one question. why not stay there? there is no shame in saying you lost. >> this film deals with generational stuffeÑv. it's about changing times, there is a secret from ann's past, juddy dench. >> the film has big pieces. it's multi level but you can't be disappointed. it is bond after all. >> bond, james bond is back. it's shot in scenic locales. action sequences are adrenaline rushing. i had to cheer the reappearance of a bond icon in this film. i give sky ball more than three quarters of a bucket. that is abc 7 news and we'll see you on the aisle. >> still ahead tonight worst fears for golden state fans have been realized. >>> join me tonight at 9:00, coming up then, navy s.e.a.l. disciplined for revealing a secret to a silicon valley coop a president. this video just leased is coming up at 9:00 and 11:00. >> now larry beil is here with more news. >> here we go, again. warriors seem
day parade. >> apc 7 news don sanchez takes us there. this is what the dancers will be doing. energy in a once in a lifetime experience. >> so excited to go. it's going to be an amazing experience. i'm nervous but excited. >> getting better. >> this is the second time the dance studio has been invited to appear, she says it's because they have won so many competitions and work hard. >> just so happy to have this opportunity. to be doing something you enjoy so much, two with, your friends, tree, you get to go to a locale like new york city. oh, my gosh. >> they've been sent this routine by spirit of america pro ducks will join 498 others, 500 of them doing this. many of them have been dancing here since they're in kindergarten. it's like family, they develop teamwork and self confidence. >> the way she teaches us in class is like helping us in life. in general. >> culminating this time on thanksgiving day in new york. >> everybody is doing this together it's going to look awesome with many people. >> stud students have been doing fund raising. it's about a great perform skbrens a less
. >> an exhibition opens thursday at walt disney family museum. >> don sanchez has a preview. >> a classic, first feature length film ever made, pains takingly. >> hundreds were hired and they created a film that captivated audiences.. >> it's an icon named number one animated film. and get back in the 19 30s walt disney created it at great right after this tok his career. >> a gamble. he had to mortgage his house to continue to produce the film. >> his daughter remembers the time. >> you believe a film had an audience. it was an audience that would accept it. >> he was right. this ground breaking film seen by 20 million people in three months of release. now we have an opportunity tochl plor and study the create activity. many works have never been seen before. this used to be the gym. in 1939 it's an oscar. disney said he didn't make it for children, but adults for the child in every adult that. is why it lasted. >> it r.it has everything. it's a perfect story. >> nobody could imagine the enterprise from the creative spark. >> exhibit is here until april. >> and the pro wreseleller says he has
and werewolf epic, don sanchez has reaction. >> he finally was born to be a vampire. >> so beautiful. >> they're back for a final bow and bite. bella is now a vampire with red eyes, fast, strong, and cracks his back and she likes to hunt humans. they're trying to get a clue to the chemistry between the two. >> welcome home. >> they have a house looks like a thomas kincaid painting. and vampires never sleep them have time on their hands. it gets steamy. explain those limbs to the younger kids. they have a baby. she is half human, half vampire, vampire children are against the rules so an evil volturi in itally thinks she has to be eliminated. there are changes. tailor laugtner only takes a shirt off once. the dialogue is still drab. people stair at each other, maybe thinking how many millions this one will make. it's a pop culture phenom. there is gorey violence like decapitations and bodies tron into the flames. special affects are cheesey. there are a lot of laughs. and a twist, a shocking surprise. when credits roll, i wonder if the studio has a pr problem. probably not. it's a satisfying c
between lourve and paris in the fine arts museum. >> don sanchez has the story. >> they're delicate, bold, stunning, dazzling. works of art from the time of louie the 14th through the french revolution. >> they were just always buying art to try to have the best in every field. >> they commissioned work, too. president and the lourve signed a major accord for a series of exhibitions and exchanges between two cities for the next five years. what the mayor ed lee calls part of the goal to broadent city's international standings. >> the relationship that is forthed with our sister7nxe÷ cis is refrekted in the strong exchanges that are going on. >> so now, we take this exploration into the world of french artists. to pleesh yait. >> you look carefully at this. and to see what kind of history they tell. it's a history of france. from 14th to the french revolution. it's also an history of taste. >> this is about french royalty. it's the first time we've seen these works outside of france.m the kings would move some from palace to palace. >> this is a lot of back and forth. >> results showing
to do. it offers up full length performances and don sanchez has the story. be prepared to laugh. >> secure these pickles. how ifÑyju we leave the pickles the way they are, the nation would be sick. >> workers in a pickle factory. what this theater company and school has been doing since creating a theme. >> i have enjoyed scooping it. >> how could i repay you? >> there is no script. it's an exercise in create tift we're looking to create characters to tell a story from beginning, middle and end rather than just using the story as an excuse for a joke. >> overcoming writer's block, exploring qualities you may not know have you. >> one thing we work on is go with the first thing you think of. it takes practice to unwind your filter. >> there is a school, they go tluf tluf communications training. >> helping people talk, do conflict resolution, understand where others are coming from. >> this is about a willingness to take risks .s. >> in acting you're interpreting something. improv, you're doing eefrg these three in a justin beiber concert. >> i am a little bit embarrassed but i'
his works in a special exhibit in miami. we can see it now in a popular gallery and club. here is don sanchez. >> complex, artist's work is challenging. >> i've becomeek[o focused i can paint 15 hours in a row, stop to get a drink.touáñ >> he's showing his new pieces >> i sold another piece, here i am, six years later. >> there is a portrait with metal images on paint. one of a series about u.s. history. this is the statue of liberty. >> i begin to repaint over it. trying. ñt÷÷ this mood kept changing. >> wow. lost focus so he attacked it with a pressure washer. and. >> that is the country changing foundation, the country remains the same. >> digital works in this fashion. >> this is something that looks digital done by hand requires technique and focus. >> he will show knit miami next month. >> mere people will see my work in a short amount of time than in my life. >> it owe could lead to a one man show in new york. then, he could be on the verge of something big. >> "just want to be able to keep doing it. >> this is beginning in january. >> such a style that jumps at you. >> i
stars in flight after a pilot crash landing a plane. this is flawed character. don sanchez tells us there are tension filled moments. >> reporter: if you are kind that has anxiety about flying, this may leave with you sweaty palms. >> we're going roll it. >> in trouble, the captain flies upside-down. i asked about it and back to the future about this sequence. >> that was very time-consuming and very intense. we built a set that we could turn people upside-down in. >> washington lands the plane and becomes a hero but we know better. when he was flying he was as high as an airplane, fueled by alcohol and cocaine. >> you had alcohol in your system. >> the story takes a different direction, he is trying to change his life and giving in to temptation. this is like a war zone, with liquor bottles as the enemy. >> are they concerned about the perception of pilots? >> they represent all pilots, it's just one pilot and fictional story. >> it is a film that leaves you thinking. >> if you have a fear of flying, opening sequence may want you to dump your frequent flyer miles. but this is about
. i will have to give it a little more than half a bucket. i'm don sanchez, abc7 news. see you on the isle. >> coming up next, check out this kid's moves. ♪ jailhouse rock >> pretty good there. we are going to show you more of this viral video that's sweeping the nation when we return. now you can sniff your way to love. it is the hottest new trend on the singles market. people at parties like this one in arizona are using their keen sense of smell to find a mate. here is how it works. attendees bring a shirt they have slept in and it gets assigned a number. then everyone gathers around a table of shirts to sniff away. >> this sounds different. let's give it a try. >> anything t-shirts. suns weird. but people will do anything for love. >> all righty, then. it all comes down to the smells. they are almost as unique as a fingerprint and it can't hurt if it actually helps find a mate. now to a viral video that's racked up more than 15 million views. [jailhouse rock ♪ >> we like little william. he's just two years old. video was shot at the opening of a dance studio. his parent
bucket. i'm don sanchez abc 7 news. we'll see you on the aisle. >> and that is terrific. >> i know. i'd like to see it get more than half a bucket. >> still ahead a turkey face off. >> san francisco tradition where top city officials show off carving skills to help prepare meals. >> and i'm live in front of the marina safeway. long lines at supermarket, then lights go out. it must be holidays. i'll have a live report. >> i'm cheryl jennings coming up at 5:00 a cancer patient's hope shattered after his cover pannin dog was stolen from his car while he was in the hospital. the reward neighbors are putting up to find the pet z a follow up that found a woman forced out of her home by a local county. >>> if you think it's crazy at the airport, check out supermarkets. people waiting until the last minute to buy some of the things they need. >> yes. those people do that. huh? in safeway, people have been shopping in darkness. abc 7 news is there, with lights back on dwretett? >> we have power, yes. we do. it returned sometime this afternoon, at about 2:30 in the afternoon. but it was out for
at a special exhibit in miami. but we can see his paint at a popular club. here is don sanchez. >> images are startling. complex. his work is challenging. his creativity dynamic. >> i became so focused i can paint 18 hours in a row. >> he is showing his newest pieces that is almost 20 years old. its perfect fit that was in advertising but found his passion in painting. >> every time i thought i would have to go back to work i sold another piece. >> it's metal images overlaid on paint. this the statue of liberty. >> every other day i begin to repaint over it because the mood kept changing. over a period of five years i probably did 200 versions of this piece all on top of each other. >> so he attacked with paint thinner and pressure wash earned a learned a lesson. >> as much as country changes, the foundation of the country remains the same time. >> then digital works created in linear fashion. >> fine art approach to something that looks digital but is done by hand requires a great deal of technique and focus. >> now john will short shoe in miami, biggest art show in the world. >> more pe
they don't own or have title to. that's all. my time is up. thank you. >> mr. sanchezs, i don't see the initial request made to you in the correspondence from mr. mr. lawrence badiner in terms of the specific request to you. you reiterate to you in your letter of determination what the request was, and it's pretty much the same in both letters in the sense that they -- if i could paraphrase it the request was -- the planning commission's approval process in the 1950's for that subject property. all right. the september 11 letter you went beyond that request, and it appears there are probably a number of reasons they wanted the letter that way and give you substantial amount of paperwork to lead you in that direction. isn't the main issue here not that history, but the fact that you really have an enforcement issue? >> i don't quite understand. >> some time back in the late 50's or 60's somebody had lots that were correctly done. >>i think it's important to take the planning department resolution out of this because that was for one particular project abandoned. >> no, no. the f
they violated it or it doesn't apply or not? >> may i request mr. sanchez? >> yes, because i don't know what the certificate of authority is. >> i'm assume teagues the conditional use authorization. maybe i didn't track this completely. was it the motion that was made at the commission that included 1-12, but then somehow 8-[#12k-/], so there is a record showing that shows conditions were approved by the commissioner at that particular meeting? >> yes. scott sanchez, planning department. so the standard procedure at the conditional use hearings is that the week before the hearing, staff prepares a case report with a draft motion. and then in this case, we would have be actually drafting conditions 1-7, forwarded that to the planning commission. at the hearing, the commission accepted the draft motion with the additional findings, 8-12. however, when staff finalized that motion and gave it the motion number and considered that the final action of the planning commission, they failed it include those additional conditions. >> if i went back to the minutes. >> the planning commission adopt
on this report and converted back to three units and i don't think would have been allowed anyway and what mr. sanchez said and because what we issued for the dormer and there is a report saying single family dwelling and i don't know what's that about. i would need to see the permit for 98 and existing and proposed is the number of dwelling units. i mean we don't have that before us tonight in this package. >> okay. thank you. >> is there any public comment? okay. seeing none move into rebuttal. >> we do have a process forthat and maybe that's the process they want to go into. >> thank you. >> members the board most respectively i have quote this gentleman before me. this is muddled up and exact determination and it wasn't due to my client's fault. they applied to remove the fourth unit down stairs and repair the property due to water. they came upon a series of permits dating back to 1947, 1986, 1999 saying it was three unit building. we have the admission it was a three unit building from the planning doesn't. we have the fact even after the notice of special restrictions against
these as good as you remember. thank you very much. - senor sanchez. - mr. brashov. hombre. rosa says you are like a father to her. she is better than a daughter to me. i don't have to pay her bills. so, what brings you to the states ? rosa. actually, he's on his way to a conference in new york. in fact, we are only speaking english when miguel is here so he can practice. i have been in the states more than 30 years and he speaks better english than me ! come on in. carrie ? are you here ? i guess not. well, this is it. not exactly a palace but it's okay for now. - it's very nice. - how about something to drink ? water would be great. i brought something for you from home. miguel ! it's beautiful ! it belonged to my mother and to her mother before her. thank you. rosa, please sit down. there is something i want to talk to you about. now that i have finished architecture school-- - oh, hi. - [ rosa ] hi, carrie ! this is miguel. miguel, this is my roommate, carrie. - hola, miguel. ¿ como esta ? - good evening, carrie. i am feeling on top of the world. - you
. >> mr. sanchez. >> just briefly the location of the storage shed, the staff has no issues with it. thank you. >> the matter is submitted. >> commissioners? >> well, i really don't have much to say in addition to what i have heard here tonight. i don't believe that there is any basis -- there is not sufficient evidence to show me that this permit was issued in error. i believe the permit does meet the requirements of the planning code, the building code and the ada. >> i would echo that, and would add that when there are comments made about a facility such as the storage or green waste facility could go to any other park, it suggest to me it's not an issue specific to lafayette park, it's an issue that somebody just doesn't want it and if it's not good enough for lafayette park it's good for somebody else's park and that does not help me persuade me to see that point of view and so i would concur. >> some of the issues brought up today where r better brought up in front of the parks and recreation commission. we're dealing with permits and whether the issues related to expen
. >>> actually, i apologize if this is on the agenda. i don't think it is. i live on 14th street near church. i had heard there is a starbucks planned for the southwest corner of market and sanchez where there is sort of a kitchen supply company now. this is nuts. we have enough starbucks and we have pizza in the same block and pizza is much better than starbucks anyway. so, i just wanted to go on the record saying that. >> is there any additional general public comment? okay. seeing none, next item, please. >> commissioners, it will place you under your regular calendar, item 12, western soma community plan - informational discussion - no. 3. this is an informational item only. >> garv, president fong, commissioners. cory teague for staff. this is the last scheduled information hearing for western soma before the adoption hearing next week on december the sixth. this is a little unlike our previous informational hearings in that we do not have new materials for you to review for this session. it's at the request of the president to allow time for additional discussion and comments on any issue
and state civil rights laws. >> mr. sanchez. >> scott sanchez, the giants have won and congratulations to them on game 169 world series. [ applause ] >> i think that is the only applause i have gotten here. i hope i don't make it more difficult to understand for the commission. just going through the fact there was a v. from 1991-92 that authorized the garage at the rear. a one-car garage and it was issued and i don't think a building permit was filed. i think it was a previous owner of the building, but that was never invoked. i just happened to find that out today dooing additional research. so the process that we're in now began in 2005. when a variance application was filed in march to allow the garage at the rear. a building permit was filed in june of that year, section 311 neighborhood notify case was done on the garage and building permit. there was no discretionary review filed on that application. there was a hearing and the zoning administrator granted the variance and that was dated november of 2005, seven years ago. almost to the date. the building permit was subsequentl
? >> someone who can connect or not? >> you keep your mark sanchez. i'm taking peyton or somebody. i don't know. maybe i'll take that guy that looks like a truck from pittsburgh. roethlisberger. god, he's good. he just is mean. >> did you see when the defensive tackles meet him in the pocket, it's like two bear wrestling match. >> the yellow flags in giants stadium, it was half and half. i swear. as close as this election. anyway, thanks, john. notre dame pulling a horseshoe right out of their mouth. and a programming note, election day will mean a special "squawk box." yes, we will be on air -- i don't see how people can do this humanly. we'll be on on from 6:00 to 9:00 tomorrow morning and it says here supposedly we'll be back on the air between 5:00 and 7:00. people can't do five hours of live tv. >> election day they do a lot more than that. not to mention on wednesday morning, we start at 5:00 a.m. >> our colleague will then pick up the -- no, we're glad to be back. it will be great. >> coming up on squawk, the road to recovery from have spr storm sandy. the cnbc team brings you the latest
, i'll be happy. >> you know what it is? it's all that gingham pinafore. what is that? i don't know that what was. i don't know what i read there. >> keeps you young. >>> when we come back, not a good day yesterday for mark sanchez. what do we do here? >> when has mark sanchez had a good day recently? >> that's a good question. >> last night he went out to eva longoria. >> when will it be tebow time? mike florio joins us next on "morning joe." ♪ if it wasn't for you ♪ don't know what i'd do ♪ i'd have nothing to prove ♪ i'd have nothing to lose ♪ i'd be all lost at sea ♪ with no reason to make it through ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing the celebration diamond collection. ♪ if it wasn't for you [ male announcer ] diamonds so expertly cut, we guarantee them for life. zales is the diamond store. let love shine. >>> time for the "morning joe gridiron grind." mike florio is back with us, he is, of course, the founder of profootballtalk.com. let's start with the falcons no longer undefeated. what happened in new orleans? >> the saints have done very well against the falco
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